Low-powered FM broadcast on 96.9 Mhz out of Kansas City on 052415 with music from Marky Ramone, The Stray Cats, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Tall Boys, Elvis Presley, and Lost Agency, plus an old ad for a nuclear survival course and a radio promo from Eddie Cochran. Recorded off of the FM signal onto cassette and converted to MP3 via Ion Tape Express. Topics: radio, underground, rocknroll, psychotronic
Low-powered FM broadcast from Kansas City on 96.9 Mhz FM the evening of 072815. We hear an episode of the old radio mystery series Nick Carter : Master Detective, followed by music from The Pop, Washed Out, Shoes, and Jack Nitzsche. Recorded off the FM signal onto tape and converted to WAV file via EZCAP Super USB Capture. Topics: radio, underground, psychotronic
Final portion of the radio broadcast with noise music from Saburi Makoto, followed by a trailer for a weird 60s exploitation film called "Mondo Teeno", then music from Mosquito Bandito, James Chance & The Contortions, The Flying Saucer Attack, Breakfast With Amy, The Boredoms, then I close the show out. Recorded off of the FM signal and converted from tape to MP3. Topics: radio, underground, garage, noise, space, nowave, psychotronic
Experimental low-powered FM radio broadcast out of Kansas City on 96.9 Mhz FM. First we hear a feedback-drenched program intro., feedback courtesy of F-S Electret Condenser microphone, transmitter is a Signstek FM transmitter. We hear an introduction, then some psychedelic movie trailers for the films Mondo Mod, The Hippie Revolt, The Acid Eaters, and The Cat Ate The Parakeet, then music from The Soul Presidents, The Stray Cats, a triple-shot from Guana Batz, Betty Davis, and Three Dog Night.... Topics: radio, experimental, psychedelic, psychotronic, soul, rockabilly, pop
"Dr. Albert Michael Tron just walked into his Surrey living room one morning and discovered a small green alien (which he didn't know was actually him at the time) had re-wired all his musical equipment in a totally unexpected and psychotronic way. As if that wasn't trippy enough, when he started playing about with new sounds, Shona Moments, Kate Twilight and Jay Time came back from the future in the Ford Escortron to add that special something extra. I guess that's probably how most bands... Topics: Spacerock, Psychotronic, Psychedelic, Rock, Audio Sensory Travel
Zinda Laash (Dracula in Pakistan) was filmed in 1967, and is believed to be Pakistan's first horror film. Although strict censorship prohibited the makers from showing any actual neck-biting, it was considered quite strong stuff in it's day. It was withdrawn from circulation after a couple weeks, and on re-release was given Pakistan's version of an X rating. Western viewers will be surprised by some of the quirky music choices and dancing. It was directed by Khwaja Sarfraz and stars Yasmeen... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Dracula, Pakistan, psychotronic, vampire, cult, weird, horror
Casus Kiran is a Turkish movie from 1968. It was directed by Yilmaz Atadeniz and stars Irfan Atasoy and Sevda Fenda. I'm not exactly sure what the plot is about, but it's chock full of action. It is in Turkish with English subtitles. I would recommend this to any fan of cult movies. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, cult, movie, Kilink, superhero, psychotronic, weird
Clip from broadcast the early morning of July 15, 2015 on 90.1 KKFI-FM Kansas City. Joined in progress with music from Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers, followed by music from Tintern Abbey, Birth Of Joy, Timebox, Les Fleur De Lys, Thee Boas, and Nektar, and also there is an audio clip of the trailer for Ed Wood Jr's film "The Sinister Urge". Recorded off of the FM signal to tape and converted to MP3 with Ion Tape Express software. Topics: radio, underground, rocknroll, psychotronic, psychedelic, mod, psych
Darna vs the Planet Women is a 1975 superhero movie from the Philippines. Vilma Santos stars as the bikini-clad Filipina Wonder Woman and her handicapped human alter ego Narda. Darna battles a spaceship full of evil alien women bent on stealing the earth and colonizing it with their own species. She also shows off her disco dancing skills. The Planet Women are all brightly colored- one is wearing blue body paint and a bikini, one wears yellow body paint, etc. The Planet Women's leader,... Topics: psychotronic, weird, bad, movie, cheap, low, budget, Philippines, Filipina, psychotronic, bikini,...
Matt, Kyle, and Scott discuss the 1986 Indonesian-filmed action extravaganza THE STABILIZER, starring Peter O'Brian, Craig Gavin, Kaharudin Syah, Gillie Beanz, Dana Christina, Harry Capri, & Mark Sungkar. Directed by Arizal. Topics: 80s, action, Indonesia, karate, dubbed, movies, cult, psychotronic
In this episode, Matt, Joe, Kyle & Scott discuss the 1987 direct-to-video film The Video Dead writen & directed by Robert Scott. Topics: psychotronic, cult, midnight, movies, zombies, trash, horror, monster, comedy
Kyle, Scott, & Matt discuss this notorious TV movie that has been confusing insomniacs for 40 years now.Some '70s porno spies time travel to '62, somehow, for some reason, and then Hitler's living head, preserved by Nazis & safely hidden in South America, wants to continue the Third Reich by dropping G-gas on innocent people. Topics: Hitler, Nazis, spies, cult movie, trash, severed head, psychotronic
The following will provide detail as to each instance of evidence that is listed above in “evidence summary”.From a criminal/legal perspective, even though the assault occurred some time ago, the devices presentedas evidence have remained active and in the control of the defendants up until the time they were recovered,and while implanted, were used violently and maliciously. Additionally, the devices were just recentlyrecovered allowing discovery of their existance, so no statute of... Topics: psychotronic, human tracking, canning, crimes, misconduct, targeted individuals, researck
Nieng Arp (Vampire Woman) is a Cambodian horror movie from 2004. It involves bodyless female flying vampires (Penanggalan). This is in Khmer with English subtitles. Topics: Cambodia, Khmer, Penanggalan, psychotronic, flying, vampire, horror, Lugosi, Dracula, Asian
This is a mashup of several Internet Archive video files set to a 78 RPM recording of A Sinner's Prayer by Lowell Fulson. It features a little vintage cheesecake and a guest appearance by the Prince of Darkness himself. Topics: blues, Satan, devil's, music, psychotronic, vintage, cheesecake, 78, rpm, mashup
This is a Turkish movie from 1967. Kilink is a super villain in a skeleton suit. This is a classic movie, at least for those who enjoy cult cinema. If you're even a little bit curious, check this out. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, cult, movie, Kilink, skeleton, suit, superhero, psychotronic, weird
War God (aka Guan Yu aka Calamity) is a 1976 Kaiju (giant monster) film from Taiwan. It was long thought to be lost. Guan Yu is an ancient Chinese god, who assumes Godzilla-like size and battles evil (and very silly looking) aliens. Great fun, once the monster battles get going. It is in Chinese with (not-too-great) English subtitles. Topics: Taiwan, Kaiju, psychotronic, giant, monsters, aliens, Godzilla, Gamera, Chinese
Sihirbazlar Kralı Mandrake Kiling’in Peşinde (Kilink Vs Mandrake) is a Turkish film from 1967. For the uninitiated, Kilink is a supervillain who habitually wears a skeleton suit while doing his evil deeds. Mandrake the magician steals a princess' crown jewels as a prank, and then Kilink steals them from Mandrake. Together with Abdullah, his blackface-wearing sidekick, Mandrake must recover the jewels. Much mayhem and many manly mustaches ensue. It was directed by Oksal Pekmezoğlu and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: psychotronic, cult, movie, Turkish, weird, strange, politically incorrect, Mandrake, Kilink
Betmen Yarasa Adam is a crazy and low-budget Turkish superhero movie from 1973. It certainly portrays the Caped Crusader in a different light than westerners are used to seeing. He's a smirky, big-haired guy who smokes, uses a gun, frequents strip clubs (with Robin in tow), roughs up women, and habitually screws around behind his girlfriend's back. There is a cat-petting villain who resembles Blofeld. The film has a little mild nudity, so be forewarned. The film is in pretty so-so condition. In... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, weird, psychotronic, Kilink, cult, vintage, Batman, sci-fi, superhero
This is a very strange Turkish film from 1973. It's sourced from a poor condition VHS tape, so it suffers from the same preservation issues as most all vintage Turkish films. It's recommended for people with an interest in cult cinema and/or old Turkish films. The plot: Super villain "Mad Girl", who's dressed in a red Vampira suit, is trying to take over the world. She works for another villain, who's dressed all in red and wears a dime store devil mask. Aiding her in her attempt at... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, superhero, cult, movie, devil, Satan, psychotronic, weirdness, kilink
Altin Cocuk (Golden Boy) is a 1966 Turkish film in the then-popular James Bond/ spy genre. Altin Cocuk Beyrut'ta (Golden Boy in Beirut) is it's 1967 sequel. Both films star Göksel Arsoy. They are highly recommended to lovers of psychotronic cinema and crazy old Turkish movies. They are in black and white and in unsubtitled Turkish. Topics: psychotronic, Turkish, James, Bond, Spy, crazy, weird, cheap, low, budget
Kilink Ucan Adama Karsi (Kilink vs Flying Man) is a Turkish superhero movie from 1967. It was directed by Yilmaz Atadeniz and stars Yildram Gencer, Irfan Atasoy, Pervin Par and Suzan Avci. Kilink is an over-the-top baddie in a skeleton suit. The ending of this move was lost, and was replaced by still photos and Turkish narration. Don't let that scare you off, though- this is a lot of fun. Topics: Turkish, cult, movie, skeleton, suit, Kilink, superhero, retrodude, psychotronic, weird
The Fantasy of Deer Warrior (aka The Beginning of Spotted Deer aka Da Xia Mei Hua Lu) is a 1961 fantasy/children's film from Taiwan. It stars Yun Ling, Hung Pai and Lin Lin. It is black and white and in Chinese. There are two files, one with English subtitles and one without. Topics: Taiwan, children's, film, movie, weird, psychotronic, Chinese, deer
Orumcek (Turkish Spiderman) is a Turkish superhero film from 1972, Orumcek means "spider" in Turkish, and despite the film's unofficial English title, there seems to be almost no connection to the western superhero. Instead, you can expect lots of fights, babes, Turkish music and dancing, motorcycle riding and a folically challenged, lushly mustachioed villain. It was directed by Selahattin Hicdurmaz and stars Cuneyt Arkin, Meral Orhonsay and Suleyman Turan. This film is recommended... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, cult, psychotronic, Kilink, superhero, Spiderman, motorcycle, mustache, bald, villain
The Female Vampire (Zan-e Khoon-asham) is a 1967 Iranian vampire movie. It is thought to be the first vampire film from that country. There is a version with English subtitles, and a version without. It is in black and white and in Farsi. Topics: psychotronic, vampire, Dracula, Persia, Iran, Farsi, Persian, black and white
The THRESHOLD PEOPLE! They prowl the twilight wasteland seeking human victims! Could YOU be one of THEM?!! This Plague of Dreaming presents seven slabs of psychotronic horrorbeat from the strange and terrifying Threshold People that are sure to SHOCK the most hardened listener! Thrill with horror at the savage sound! ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Paranormal, Electronic, Halloween, Horror, Monster Music, Psychotronic Horrorbeat from Beyond
Drakula Istanbul'da (Dracula in Istanbul) is a Turkish horror film from 1953. The screenplay was based on a 1928 novel by Ali Riza Seyfi called Kazikli Voyvoda ("Impaler Voivode"), and is more or less a translation of Stoker's novel, but there is no Renfield character and Guzin, the "Mina" character, is a showgirl given to performing in revealing outfits. Drakula/Dracula is played by balding Atif Kaptan. Long believed lost, Drakula Istanbul'da is considered the first... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Dracula, Turkish, psychotronic, Kilink, horror, lugosi, low, budget, cult
The Dark Heroine Muk Lan-Fa (1966), The Dark Heroine Muk Lan-Fa Shattered The Black Diamond Gang (1966) and Lady In Black Cracks The Gates Of Hell (1967) are a trilogy of Hong Kong films starring actress Suet Nei. Often called Jane Bond films, they were a Cantonese-language answer to the then-popular Bond series. They are black and white and in unsubtitled Cantonese. Topics: Hong, Kong, Cantonese, Chinese, James, Bond, Jane, psychotronic
Violated Paradise is a Japanese "pearl diver" movie from 1963. It could be considered a romance, travelogue, "nudie cutie" or mondo film. A young girl from remote northern Japan travels to Tokyo in hopes of becoming a geisha. In the end she becomes an ama (traditional topless pearl diver), and marries a male diver. Although this contains mild nudity, it is presented more as a cultural documentary than as exploitation. It presents an interesting picture of 1963-era Japan.... Topics: Japan, nudie, cutie, mondo, Japanese, pearl, diver, ama, psychotronic, nude
Kilink Soy Ve Oldur is a Turkish superhero movie from 1967. It was directed by Yilmaz Atadeniz and starts Yilderim Gencer. Kilink is a villain in a skeleton suit. All the Kilink movies are a must-see for lovers of cult cinema. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, cult, movie, Kilink, skeleton, suit, superhero, psychotronic, weird
Selected Articles.Editors:STANLEY KRIPPNER, Ph.D., is (in 1977 - JPH) program planning coordinator the Humanistic Psychology Institute in San Francisco. He also served as president of the Association for Humanistic psychology, as vice president for the western hemisphere of International Association for Psychotronic Research, and director, from 1964-73, of the Dream Laboratory at Maimonides Medical Center.In 1972 he chaired the First West-Hemisphere Conference on Acupuncture, Kirlian... Topics: psychotronic generators, Psychotronics, Bioenergy, Remote viewing, Ingo Swann, Psychotronic...
Matt, Kyle, & Scott discuss Lewis Jackson's 1980 cult movie CHRISTMAS EVIL, starring Brandon Maggart & Jeffrey DeMunn.Harry Stadling loves Christmas. Harry has some personal issues. Harry goes all Travis Bickle while spreading holiday cheer. Topics: Christmas, cult movie, Santa, horror, Taxi Driver, Jeffrey DeMunn, psycho, psychotronic
Matt, Kyle, & Joe discuss the 1971 film 'The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant' directed by Anthony M. Lanza, while Scott *literally* phones his 2 cents in. Topics: psychotronic, sleaze, cult, mad science, Bruce Dern, Casey Kasem, '70s, comedy
Joe, Kyle, Matt and guest Jason discuss the 1981 Indonesian film Mystics in Bali, directed by H. Tjut DjalilBalinese black magic, flying heads, and blood drinking feature in this Indonesian export when an American girl undertakes the study of most powerful magic known to man. Topics: Indonesia, magic, psychotronic, flying heads, wizards, witches, vampires, good vs. evil
For Y'ur Height Only (For Your Height Only) is a 1981 Phillipine movie starring 2' 9" tall Weng Weng as Agent 00. Agent 00 must save the world from various nefarious baddies. He beats them up (using his signature punch to the balls), and lovely normal-sized Fillipinas swoon. Many consider this to be one of the classic cult movies. If you only watch one Phillipine midget spy movie this year, make it this one. It's in color and in English. Topics: Psychotronic, cult, movie, midget, spy, Bond, Phillipines, fillipina, crazy, weird, bad, low, budget
Tarkan Viking Kani (Tarkan vs. the Vikings) is a crazy so-bad-it's-good Turkish movie from 1971. The costumes worn in this film must be seen to be believed. The Vikings wear bright purple, blue, and even orange bathroom rugs glued to their helmets and around their waists. The plot, such as it is, involves Tarkan, our lushly mustachioed hero, defending and rescuing Princess Yonca, (the daughter of Atilla the Hun), from the Vikings. Much low-budget and utterly unconvincing mayhem ensues. The... Topics: Turkish, cult, psychotronic, Kilink, weird, cheap, low, budget, peplum, sword, and, sandal,...
James Batman is a 1966 film from the Philippines. Batman, Robin, and James Bond join forces to battle a super villain holding the world for ransom with a nuclear weapon. It stars the famous comedian Dolphy (Rodolfo Vera Quizon) as both James Bond and Batman. Dolphy's Bond wears a hideous ill-fitting checked sport coat and a cheap hat. Batman's costume is reasonably accurate, except for a striped cape and a weird symbol on his chest in place of the usual bat. The Boy Wonder's costume looks like... Topics: Philippines, James, Bond, Batman, psychotronic, Turkish, cult, Kilink, movie, crazy, low, budget
Tiga Abdul is a classic Malaysian movie from 1964, starring the legendary singer P. Ramlee. P. Ramlee could be thought of as the Malaysian Elvis. Abdul Wahab, Abdul Wahib and Abdul Wahub are three brothers, and complications ensue. Highlights include the theme song (starring P. Ramlee's foxy wife, if I'm not mistaken) and the well-known music store scene (@12:28). In the latter, P. Ramlee sings the song Bunyi Guitar. Want fezzes?- check. Surf guitar- check. Raybans- check. Good stuff. This is... Topics: P. Ramlee, surf, guitar, fez, Raybans, sunglasses, hipsters, Malaysia, Elvis, Psychotronic
Kulla Agent 000 is a 1972 Indian film in the Kannada language. It stars the diminutive Dwarakish and foxy Jyothi Laxmi. Kulla wants to become a Bond-esque secret agent, but is prevented by his stature. After finally becoming an agent, he is thrown into a locked room with Laxmi, who proceeds to beat the daylights out of him, although they eventually fight to a draw. The two are assigned to track down a gang of smugglers. The music is especially good in this film, with lots of garage rock, surf... Topics: psychotronic, India, Kannada, James, Bond, surf, guitar, garage, rock, Farfisa, organ, low, budget,...
Demir Pence Korsan Adam (Iron Claw The Pirate) is a wild Turkish movie from 1969. Our hero The Pirate battles a baddie who appears to be Fantomas. There is tons of action- there are numerous fights and even a little belly dancing. The opening scene is not to be missed- a sultry Turkish dancer does the hoochie-koochie while the backup band (who resembles a Turkish Iron Butterfly) plays some great organ-based background music. This movie is for lovers of cult cinema and old Turkish movies. It was... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, superhero, cult, Kilink, movies, psychotronic, Fantomas, cinema, weird, belly, dancing,...
Chand Par Chadayee (Trip To Moon) is one of India's earliest sci-fi films. It was directed by T.P. Sundaram, and stars muscleman Dara Singh and the smoking-hot Helen. Although this was filmed in 1967, one could easily guess it to be much older, because of the ultra-crude effects and visual style. Fans of Ed Wood will be amazed by the spaceships and spacesuits on display here. Like all Indian films, it has plenty of singing and dancing. Astronaut Anand (Dara Singh) is on a mission to the moon.... Topics: psychotronic, Hindi, flying, saucer, UFO, sci fi, sci, fi, Ed, Wood, outer, space, bad, movie
Baytekin Fezada Carpinsanlar is a Turkish sci-fi film from 1967. This is a very amusing and low-budget movie that's sure to please fans of cult, psychotronic or old Turkish films. This is a grand space opera whose laser beams are accomplished by scratching on the film with a pin, whose monsters are realized by covering extras in burlap sacks, where the illusion of two people talking to each other via view screen is pulled off by having the two parties stand on either side of a view screen... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, weird, science, fiction, psychotronic, cult, vintage, sci-fi, Plan 9, Flash Gordon
Ismail Yassin Meets Frankenstein (Haram Alek) is a 1954 Egyptian remake of Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein. It's in black and white, and in Arabic with English subtitles. Topics: Psychotronic, Egypt, Egyptian, monster, movie, Arabic, Frankenstein, Wolfman, mad scientist, cheap,...